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The only rational explanation I can think of it the camera flash refecting off moisture in the air.ReplyDelete
That may be the best theory I've read so far. All of the rational reasons I have suspected have had to be crossed off my list each time I tested them out again. I'll keep looking for logical explanations, but I'm not really sure I have the capability to find one. I have to say it's been a fun little mystery.